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Volume 4, April 2015 | Contents

Back to the drawing board bookmark
Ian Harbison has been checking out some of the latest cabin trends with three of the leading design agencies
Cabin insider – April 2015 bookmark
Vueling, the JAZZ seat, and Hawaiian Airlines
Cosmetic surgery bookmark
Taking aircraft out of service to upgrade cabins is an expensive business, but sometimes it offers an opportunity for a major makeover. Ian Harbison reports from Hamburg
Crystal Cabin Awards 2015: The Finalists bookmark
The Crystal Cabin Awards have become a benchmark for innovation and creativity within the aviation industry. With the 2015 ceremony taking place in Hamburg on April 14, here is a rundown of the 21 finalists battling it out across seven categories
Editor's note – April 2015 bookmark
It’s that time of year again when the industry heads to Hamburg for the Aircraft Interiors Expo. Aircraft Cabin Management will be there as usual, so please come and see us on Stand 1D35 in Hall B1
Inner focus bookmark
Airline Services Limited has undergone a series of changes in the last year and is now looking to get more involved in cabin work
It’s business time bookmark
Longhaul business class passengers are no longer content to settle in for their post-dinner naps on seats with just an angled recline. Kerry Reals discovers how business class cabins have been gradually morphing into what was formerly known as first class
Light fantastic bookmark
After only a few months in service, Virgin Atlantic’s new Boeing 787s have received an outstanding reaction from passengers, especially in relation to the mood lighting system
Opening up Aircraft Interiors bookmark
The world’s largest event dedicated to the latest innovations, technologies and products for cabin interiors, inflight entertainment and passenger comfort is getting even bigger, with over 500 companies exhibiting in 2015 – including, as always, Aircraft Cabin Management
Power pack bookmark
As passengers carry more and more electronics on board, with the expectation of being able to use them, there is increased demand for power outlets in the cabin. Since 1999, one company has been at the forefront of this technology: KID-Systeme
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